Albert Jullion


Albert Jullion was born at Calais, France in 1909. He moved to England, were he worked at Gaumont and Gainsborough Studios during the 30, and 40 as art director and background  and glass shot painter. At 1948 he left Gainsborough to work as art director for British MGM at “Idol of Paris”. At early 50´s he moved to Shepperton Studios as senior matte painter under Wally Veevers. Died at 1962 (age 52) in Middlesex, England, UK



- Blue Murder at St. Trinian’s (1957) (special effects) (as A. Jullion)
- No Highway (1951) (scenic artist)
- Idol of Paris (1948) (Art Director)
- The Magic Bow (1946) (special effects) (as A. Jullion)
- Caravan (1946) (background)
- Madonna of the Seven Moons (1945) (background)
- Millions Like Us (1943) (scenic artist)
- The Lady Vanishes (1938) (assistant set designer)
- Secret Agent (1936) (set dresser)
- Sabotage (1936) (Art Director)
- The 39 Steps (1935) (Art Director)
- Rome Express (1932) (assistant art director)